As per Daily Star, Newcastle risk losing 22-year-old winger Yasin Ben El-Mhanni to the likes of Leicester City and Stoke, with the bag of tricks considering his future at Tyneside after his claims of constant bullying from under-23’s manager Peter Beardsley.
The YouTube sensation and stunt double is also being monitored by Championship duo Cardiff and Wolves, and could be available for cheap or even free as he considers having a fresh start having struggled to break into the first-team picture at Newcastle.
El-Mhanni has made just 2 senior appearances for the Toons, both coming last January in the F.A Cup, and he fears the Beardsley saga could jeopardize his chances at the club going forward.
The skillful winger has just 6 months left on his current contract, and losing him for a cut-deal price this month or nothing by summer could be a huge blow.
El-Mhanni could go on to fulfill his potentials at another club, and Newcastle will only be left ruing letting him go.
It’s hard to see him stay beyond summer considering the bullying and racism allegations, and the club will have to be fully reassuring in order not to miss out on a quality youngster.